NTA UGC NET Results | Steps to check your Exam result
UGC NET 2020 result was released by National Testing Agency on December 1. The result was released in the form of a scorecard on the official website of the exam. Candidates can check their results and download the UGC NET scorecard by logging into their registered accounts using the application number and date of birth/password.
NTA UGC NET RESULTS
As much as the examination dates keep being pushed forward, candidates are still hopeful that they will sit for it eventually. Once they do, the eventuality will be the release of the NTA UGC NET results. NTA will release it as a scorecard. The results will be accessible on its website.
How do you go about it if you want to know your results? What should you expect to find? For answers to such questions and much more, keep reading.
NTA UGC NET Results Date
The release date of the NTA UGC NET results is yet to be announced. That makes much sense since even the exam dates are yet to be updated after their recent postponement.
Checking the NTA UGC NET Results
The process is relatively straightforward.
- Go to the NTA official page to get started
- Click on the View Result – UGC NET June 2021 link
- Enter the necessary details, application number, security pin, and date of birth
- Last but not least, tap on the Submit button
What to do if you forget the Application Number
Since you cannot log in without the application number, here are the steps to follow to regenerate one upon forgetting the old one.
- Visit the NTA official website
- Click on the UGC NET December 2021 Results link
- Click on the following link, Forgot Application No
- Enter the necessary details, which are your name, date of birth, security pin, father’s and mother’s names
NTA UGC NET Results Statistics
Here are the statistics of the results of the NTA UGC NET exams in the last two years
Note: There shall be no re-evaluation/re-checking of the result. No correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.
NTA UGC NET RESULTS SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF | JUNE 2020
NTA UGC NET RESULTS SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF | DEC 2019
NTA UGC NET JUNE 2019 RESULT SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF
CBSE UGC NET DEC 2018 RESULT SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF
CBSE UGC NET JUNE 2018 RESULT SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF
CBSE UGC NET NOV 2017 RESULT SUBJECT WISE CUTOFF
When should the candidates expect the NTA UGC NET 2021 Results release?
Since the exams have not yet been conducted, the exact date remains a mystery. However, NTA will release it a month or two after its completion when that day finally comes.
Will NTA re-evaluate my NTA UGC NET Results score?
It is important to note that NTA doesn’t entertain such activities. So, it has not given any guidelines regarding how to go about it.
How do I check my UGC NET exam results?
All you have to do is visit the NTA official website. After that, log in to your account and view the results.
What do I need when checking my results?
As mentioned earlier, checking requires you to log in. Therefore, all you need is your application number and the date of birth or password.
What’s next if I forget my application number?
All is not lost upon forgetting the application number. Use the link, Forgot Application, usually on the login window, to regenerate an application number.
After the results, how long will my Assistant Professor eligibility certificate remain valid?
There is no time limit as to the validity of the Assistant Professor NTA UGC NET eligibility certificate.
After the results, how long will my JRF award letter remain valid?
Unlike the Assistant Professor eligibility certificate that lasts for a lifetime, your JRF award letter validity is a maximum period of 3 years.
After bad NTA UGC NET Results, do I have another shot?
If your age limit still allows, you can always give the exam another trial.
Can I get my results via SMS?
NTA will indeed notify you once the results are out via SMS? However, that’s just how far it goes, and the only way you can see your results is by visiting the website and logging in to your account.
Which one comes first, NTA UGC NET results or cut-off?
The two are usually released around the same time.
Does meeting the cut-off guarantee my eligibility for Assistant Professor or JRF?
It is important to note that meeting the minimum qualifying marks and becoming eligible for the posts are two different things. Only the top 6% of the candidates qualify for the positions regardless of the number that meets the cut-off.
What follows if you qualify for the posts?
You will have to verify a specific list of documents.
How do you download your e-certificate or JRF award letter?
Follow these steps:
1) Go to the NTA official website
2) Click on the link for downloading the documents
3) Chose the exam followed by entering the captcha code
4) Tap on Proceed
5) Key in your application number coupled with your date of birth
6) Enter the captcha code before clicking on Proceed
7) Check then download your e-certificate and JRF award letter
Does the NTA normalize the UGC NET Results?
Yes, where they compare the scores of different candidates based on various sessions. NTA will use percentile scores to normalize the results.
Which details do you find on the results scorecard?
• Role number
• Mother’s and father’s names
• Application number
• Subject name and code
• Number of registered candidates for the subject
• Candidates who appeared
• The post you applied for
• Status of your fate
• Total and paper-wise marks, percentage, and percentile score.
Those who qualify for the JRF are eligible to pursue Higher Education (PhD ) Or Research in the subject of their post-graduation or a related subject and They also become eligible to apply for the post of an assistant professor in Indian universities and colleges.
Nowadays even private organizations are considering NET Result as criteria for research-based Jobs.
All the best for the result!